Innovation is guiding our healthcare professionals with pain management.
Sally Martens, Ph.D., FNP-C, shares how Shriners Children's nurses make a difference.
The main goal of the acute pain service is to reduce the level of pain in our patients.
Curiosity and Drive Put Shriners Children’s Boston Researchers at the Forefront of Innovation and Discoveryhttps://www.shrinerschildrens.org/en/News-and-Media/News/2022/05/Shriners-Childrens-Boston-Research
At Shriners Children’s Boston, the research facility is filled with dedicated scientists like Murat Karabacak, who started as curious children, pondering big questions and devoting their careers to finding answers.
Patient Story https://www.shrinerschildrens.org/en/News-and-Media/Patient-Stories/2020/08/Ellas-story
When she was 5, Ella suffered a burn injury. She spent about four weeks at the Boston Shriners Hospital, returning every six months for follow-up surgeries and now receives treatment once a year.
Patient Story https://www.shrinerschildrens.org/en/News-and-Media/Patient-Stories/2020/09/Dancer-leaps-into-innovative-fusionless-option
Dancer leaps into innovative fusionless option with VBT tether.
Having a combination of ways to access and provide care will lead to better care, better outcomes and a better vision for providing care in the future.
Patient Story https://www.shrinerschildrens.org/en/News-and-Media/Patient-Stories/2022/10/Olivias-Story
8-year-old Olivia received third-degree scald burns when a pot a boiling water accidentally spilled down her back. Thirteen years later she and her family are grateful for the transformative burn care and advanced reconstructive care Olivia received at Shriners Children's Boston.
Patient Story https://www.shrinerschildrens.org/en/News-and-Media/Patient-Stories/2023/07/Richard-Receives-BEAR-Implant-Surgery
After tearing his ACL, Richard sought care at Shriners Children's Philadelphia, where he received the BEAR Implant surgery.